Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?: The Play-at-Home Companion Book to the Hit TV Show!

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Harper Collins, Oct 2, 2007 - Games - 208 pages
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So you think you're smarter than a fifth grader? Well, as many contestants have already discovered on the smash hit TV show hosted by Jeff Foxworthy, you may have either forgotten more than you realize about "the three R's" or simply never learned in the first place! How much do you really know about third grade math? Fourth grade social studies? Fifth grade science? First grade spelling?

You may have a high school diploma or a college degree hanging on your wall, but are you smarter than a fifth grader? You'll find out in this book, which includes brain-teasing ten-question quizzes (including million-dollar bonus questions) on information the average eleven-year-old is expected to know—plus there are great bits of fun and fascinating trivia sprinkled throughout. Go ahead—we dare you to prove you're as bright as that gum-chewing kid with the backpack who's waiting on the corner for that yellow bus every morning. School is back in session. And maybe you'll even learn a thing or two that you missed by not paying attention the first time around.

 

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Are you Smarter than a 5th grader

User Review  - charlee4@ - Overstock.com

I would never have bought this product if I had seen it in a store. It is difficult to use. All of the answers are in the back and are almost impossible to read the question and keep up with the answers in the back. If it were made into a flip chart or on cards it woruld be much better. Read full review

Nice Book

User Review  - 3dudesmommy - Overstock.com

I got it for my niece who actually has the board game. She uses it often!! Nice money and educational!! Read full review

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Michael Bensonis an artist, writer, and filmmaker who focuses on the intersection of art and science. His highly regarded books include"Beyond", "Far Out, Planetfall", and"Cosmigraphics". He lives in New York City.

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